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Electrical Engineering Student Intern - Arlington

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24d ago

🚀 Off-cycle Internship


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  • You must be pursuing a Bachelor in Electrical Engineering or Architectural Engineering. Proficiency in engineering design programs and LEED accreditation are desirable, along with strong communication skills.
  • You will assist in electrical design, prepare documentation, review shop drawings, and visit job sites to observe construction progress.

Off-cycle Internship



  • CannonDesign has an exciting temporary opportunity for an Electrical Engineering Student Intern in our Washington, D.C. (Arlington, VA) office. Take a look at the description below. If you think your skills and experience make you a good match for this position, we’d love to hear from you. We’re looking for creative, curious, empathetic people to join our Living-Centered Design movement.


  • Qualified candidates must be working toward a Bachelor in Electrical Engineering or Bachelor of Architectural Engineering (Electrical Systems focus) from an ABET accredited program.
  • Experience in computer applications for engineering design programs (i.e. Revit MEP, SKM Power Tools) preferred.
  • LEED accreditation preferred.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Education requirements

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Area of Responsibilities



  • As a student intern, you will be a member of our multi-disciplinary team. Projects may include new construction and renovation in the Commercial, Community, Education, Health, S&T and Sports, Rec and Wellness markets. Under the supervision of a senior engineer the primary responsibilities may include the following:
  • What You Will Do:
  • Electrical design of lighting, power distribution and communication systems including fire alarm systems.
  • Preparation of documents and reports from concept design through advanced technical design documentation.
  • Assist in the review and markup of shop drawing submittals.
  • May visit job site to verify existing conditions and observe construction progress. Site visits frequently require a physical walk-through of site.


Work type

Full time

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